How long do you want those strings to last? You might try Elixers, or EXPs, but there are a lot of very good strings out there depending on how much you are willing to spend. The Elixers are very good (good and expensive) but last long enough to make them a good investment if you are not into breaking them and changing often. If you are tough on strings, then go away from the coated strings which you might have a tendency to shred the covers off of. Ernie Ball, Fender, GHS, D'Addario, Walmart, any of those will do if you change regularly at about $6.00 per set on sale. Keep in mind that the less you spend, the sooner they will go flat for keeps under heavy bends, but your mileage may vary.
Personally I play Elixers on everything and buy sets by the dozen when they are deeply discounted. Like dried foods they seem to have a good shelf life in unopened packages.
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